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A Driving Passion for Supporting Veterans: Booz Allen and the Salute Military Golf Association

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“Being away from the sterile confines of the hospital and out on the golf course was nothing short of heaven. Feeling the warmth of the sun or the cool splash of rain drops on your face made you want to heal that much faster.”- K.C. Schuring, Booz Allen Lead Associate and longtime SMGA Wounded Veteran Golf Tournament participant

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“Being away from the sterile confines of the hospital and out on the golf course was nothing short of heaven. Feeling the warmth of the sun or the cool splash of rain drops on your face made you want to heal that much faster.”- K.C. Schuring, Booz Allen Lead Associate and longtime SMGA Wounded Veteran Golf Tournament participant

Carnival Puts the ‘Fun’ in Fundraising for the Children’s Hospital at Westmead

Carnival Cruise Line’s ‘Wiggle for Westmead’ Raises Funds to Purchase Vital Equipment for the Grace Centre at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead
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August 7, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Thanks to the generosity of Carnival Cruise Line’s guests and the success of the Wiggle for Westmead program, Carnival donated new medical equipment to the Grace Centre at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead.

To celebrate the donation, Carnival Cruise Line Vice President Australia, Jennifer Vandekreeke and Carnival Spirit Captain, Vittorio Marchi joined Medical Director for the Grace Centre, Professor Nadia Badawi in a celebratory Wiggle for Westmead.

Social Activism and Community Engagement: A Conversation With Darrin Goss, President & CEO of Coastal Community Foundation

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In this episode of the Champions for Social Good podcast, Rachel Hutchisson, vice president of Corporate Citizenship and Philanthropy at Blackbaud (@blackbaud), speaks with Darrin Goss, president and CEO of the Coastal Community Foundation (@CCFofSC), about social media activism, community engagement and more.

How a Cross-Sector Coalition is Reducing Childhood Asthma in Texas

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Dallas Children’s Medical Center, a 100-year-old nonprofit hospital serving North Texas, identified the need to reduce disparities in childhood asthma outcomes across racial, socioeconomic, and geographic boundaries. Asthma is the most common chronic condition for children living in Dallas and was the top cause for admission to the Children’s Health emergency department in 2013.

Boeing's Mesa, AZ, site says 'environmental stewardship is fundamental'

A conversation with Boeing's Kim Smith
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**This is the 10th article in a series focusing on The Boeing Company's environmental performance and progress in 2016. Visit www.boeing.com/environment for more information.**

Kim Smith is vice president of Attack Helicopter Programs and leads the Boeing site in Mesa, Arizona, which produces the AH-64 Apache and AH-6i Little Bird helicopters for the U.S. Army and allied defense forces around the globe.

K-C New Zealand Celebrates 25 Year Anniversary

25 years of brand leadership and investment in long-term community partnerships and innovation in the New Zealand market.
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September 7, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Kimberly-Clark New Zealand (KCNZ) recently celebrated 25 years of brand leadership and investment in long-term community partnerships and innovation in the New Zealand market.

Since opening its doors in 1991, KCNZ has quickly cemented a reputation for its market leading and personal care brands. The organization has helped make a difference in the lives of many New Zealanders, from introducing new and innovative products which have quickly become favorites amongst Kiwis, through to significant partnerships and programs.

Salmon Farming: First Nations as Partners

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First Nation entrepreneur, James Walkus, owner of the multi-generation, family-run James Walkus Fishing Company, credits a large part of his success on his partnership with Marine Harvest Canada. Walkus, who started in the commercial fishing business, now uses his 105' harvest boat (the Amarissa Joye) to transport salmon from the farms to the processing plant in Port Hardy, located on the north-eastern coast of Vancouver Island.

Signature d’un accord de Collaboration entre la Première Nation de Wabauskang et Goldcorp

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Le 30 Janvier 2015, Goldcorp Inc. et la Première Nation de Wabauskang (« Wabauskang ») ont signé un accord de collaboration qui ouvre la voie pour des avantages économiques profitables pour la Première Nation du nord-ouest de l’Ontario. Le nouvel accord, qui marque le sixième partenariat entre une Première Nation et Goldcorp au Canada, fournit le cadre nécessaire pour une forte collaboration pour l’exploitation des mines aurifères de Red Lake. Une cérémonie de signature a eu lieu le jeudi 29 janvier dans la communauté de Wabauskang.

Primera Nación de Wabauskang y Goldcorp Firman Acuerdo de Colaboración

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El 30 de enero, Goldcorp Inc. y la Primera Nación de Wabauskang ("Wabauskang") firman un Acuerdo de Colaboración que abre el camino para obtener beneficios económicos a largo plazo para el noroeste de la Primera Nación de Ontario.

Este nuevo Acuerdo, que marca la sexta asociación de Goldcorp con las Primeras Naciones en Canadá, otorga un marco de trabajo para el fortalecimiento de la colaboración en el desarrollo y las operaciones de las Minas de Oro Red Lake. La ceremonia para firmar el acuerdo se realizó el jueves 29 de enero en la comunidad de Wabauskang.

Wabauskang First Nation and Goldcorp Sign Collaboration Agreement

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On January 30, 2015, Goldcorp Inc. and Wabauskang First Nation (“Wabauskang”) signed a Collaboration Agreement that paves the way for long-term economic benefits for the northwestern Ontario First Nation. The new Agreement, which marks Goldcorp’s sixth First Nation partnership in Canada, provides a framework for strengthened collaboration in the development and operations of Red Lake Gold Mines. A signing ceremony was held Thursday, January 29 in the Wabauskang community.

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